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Sep 24, 2014: Michael Clarke and Shane Watson have had a history of such injuries and modern-day sports science is yet to come up with a solution
Sep 8, 2014: Of the game's many versatile greats, how many could command a place in their Test XI on the strength of one skill alone?
Sep 1, 2014: Combating difficult conditions tests a batsman's skill. Australia were exposed in Harare because their players failed to come to terms with a legitimate turning track
Aug 21, 2014: Why do columnists look for conspiracy theories every time a visiting team collapses abjectly?
Aug 4, 2014: If Australia come after India on the field the way James Anderson allegedly did, will the triumvirate be able to hold together?
Jul 22, 2014: Of late Rahane, Robson, Ballance and Stokes have all made hundreds in their first five Tests. Does that point to a larger trend?
Jul 10, 2014: Andrew Strauss will recover from the indiscreet remark he made about Kevin Pietersen, but his image won't be entirely as it was
Jun 24, 2014: More Australian states should look at the model created by NSW and Victoria
Jun 11, 2014: If clubs in junior cricket focus solely on retaining players year after year, there is bound to be a dilution in talent and the level of competition
May 30, 2014: There seems to be a trend in junior sport in Australia of rewarding kids for just turning up to play
May 5, 2014: Under Michael Clarke, they have had a fantastic summer. But can they continue to keep the competition at bay in Tests, and win the World Cup?
Apr 22, 2014: While you don't require cricket skills to run a national board, you do need a deft touch and diplomatic skills to deal with vested interests, million-dollar contracts, and cut-throat competition
Apr 9, 2014: There is much to learn from the World T20 in Bangladesh but expect different skill sets to come into play in next year's 50-over World Cup
Mar 27, 2014: Officials spend precious time scrutinising bowlers' foot faults but ignore it when non-strikers gain unfair head starts
Mar 13, 2014: It's hard for everyone to agree on what constitutes acceptable boundaries when it comes to on-field behaviour. It's best if the ICC spells it out
Feb 27, 2014: Why does television seem to think that cricket followers only want to know about their team when it is winning?
Feb 19, 2014: John Inverarity and Co weathered unfair criticism for picking Shaun Marsh, but now they need to be lauded for their bold decision
Feb 11, 2014: It might be time to go back to more traditional methods of preparation: long periods of batting and bowling in place of hours spent in the gym, in ice baths, and on the massage table
Feb 2, 2014: If it ultimately comes down to the athlete's skill, then maybe it's time to dispense with the big crews that accompany teams these days
Jan 23, 2014: If they had to play to be paid, would they allow their handlers to rest them so often?
The veteran spinner's dream spell against Australia in 2003 symbolised a brief golden period for Kenya, but since his retirement, the country's cricket has nose-dived
Plays of the Day from the Champions League T20 match between Chennai Super Kings and Perth Scorchers, in Bangalore
Ashwell Prince talks about proving critics wrong, scoring hundreds against Australia, and that unending partnership in Colombo
Plays of the day from the CLT20 match between Dolphins and Lahore Lions in Bangalore
The Plays of the day from the CLT20 match between Kings XI Punjab and Northern Knights, in Mohali
West Indies' ODI squad for India is surprisingly light on spin, but the tour is an opportunity for Samuels and Russell to make strong comebacks
Though derided and sometimes ridiculed, county cricket still holds the key for the future of the game in England and if all involved believed in it just a little more, it could produce an even greater harvest
Amol Muzumdar, who has announced his retirement from first-class cricket, reflects on his career, missing out on Test cricket, and more